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Wild Basin

Wild Basin

Posted on 15. Jun, 2017 by .

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Here’s a new map to some of the exploration that’s been done in Wild Basin since 1997. Updates will be added as necessary. Given its close proximity to Boulder I have found myself in the the woods there more than a few times. The boulder in the photo was first discovered in 2002. As usual, […]

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Friction Labs Interview

Posted on 05. Jul, 2016 by .

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Check out this interview I did for Frictions Labs!!

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Minnesota

Minnesota

Posted on 17. May, 2016 by .

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Last weekend my semester ended and I made a trip to Minnesota to sample some of the finest bouldering in the Midwest. Having been raised in Michigan it was great to return to a scene that has many of things I greatly enjoy about bouldering. Motivated locals, quiet climbing areas, and beautiful north woods scenery. […]

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Montana

Montana

Posted on 12. Jun, 2015 by .

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With a short break after a long semester, I had some free time to venture out once more into the wild world. It’s always difficult choosing where to go, but word had spread of some very nice new bouldering in Montana and it was hard to say no. I was also hopeful to add a […]

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Dai Koyamada climbs amazing new project

Dai Koyamada climbs amazing new project

Posted on 09. May, 2015 by .

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A few years ago, I had a chance to give climbing legend Dai Koyamada a tour of some of the hardest and best problems in Colorado. He asked a lot of questions, but so did I. He told me of an incredible new area in the south of Japan that he was very motivated for. […]

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Landings

Landings

Posted on 04. May, 2015 by .

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@katjavidmar trying notorious Holy Cow in #Oplotnica above one of the most intricate #landing zones ever! #bouldering #climbing #rogla #granite @moonclimbing A photo posted by Gasper Bratina (@gasperbratina) on May 4, 2015 at 12:34am PDT As bouldering has become more popular, landing zones have become more elaborate. Here’s one of the most advanced structures I’ve […]

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Climb Talk Radio 1190

Posted on 21. Apr, 2015 by .

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Recently I appeared on Climb Talk radio 1190 with Mike Brooks. We had a great talk, which included a number of topics including Ashimm’s swoop of the FFA of the Swarm, the use of performance enhancing drugs in climbing, pro climbers salaries, the “fake dream” of the climbing world and much more! Here is video […]

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Red Rocks

Red Rocks

Posted on 26. Feb, 2015 by .

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Over the holidays I had the opportunity to travel to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, aka Red Rocks outside of Las Vegas, Nevada for the first time in my climbing career. It was a very motivating trip for me and I have to think that after spending three weeks there, it offers some of […]

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Defining a flash

Defining a flash

Posted on 16. Feb, 2015 by .

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Recently, an ethical issue in regards to bouldering has arisen and I’m compelled to share some thoughts, and hopefully start a discussion. Climbing is often touted as a lifestyle sport, with vaguely defined rules and regulations as to how to participate. People climb for many reasons, one of which being that they don’t want to […]

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El Dakota

El Dakota

Posted on 11. Nov, 2014 by .

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Early this summer I contacted Davin Bagadonas in an effort to check out one of his most recent finds, El Dakota. He spoke of sandstone boulders lurking deep in a dark and primeval forest, far off the beaten path. Few had been there and most that had weren’t interested in going back. I was intrigued. […]

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